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====<p style="background-color:#B2EC5D;">'''Courses in the WS 19/20'''</p>====
*[[Introduction to American Literary and Cultural History]] – Gruppe J
*[[Introduction to American Literary and Cultural Studies]] – Gruppe I
*[["When things fall apart": Narratives of Well-Being and Self-Care in American Literature and Culture]]
*[["Home Ground and Borderlands": Meena Alexander's Poetry and Prose]]
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====<p style="background-color:#B2EC5D">'''Courses in Past Semesters'''</p>====

Version vom 20. Oktober 2019, 20:44 Uhr

  • Before you contact me about your Berufsfeldpraktikum, please kindly inform yourself about the general procedures here. Thank you for your consideration!
  • There will be no office hours and no appointments between October 21 and November 03, 2019. I will answer to e-mail as much as possible during this time (but probably not as quickly as usual). My classes will take place as announced on the respective syllabi. Please don't hesitate to contact me in case of questions!

Contact Information

Julia Sattler

Responsibilities/Research Interests

  • Amerikanistik, American Studies
    • Urban Cultural Studies, Poetry and Poetry in Translation, Literature and Culture of the American South, African American Studies, (Inter)Cultural Education, Literature and Contextual Family Therapy
  • Austausch
  • Administration, Supervision and Coordination
    • coordinator of the "Berufsfeldpraktikum" (LABG 2009)
      • Before you contact me about your Berufsfeldpraktikum, please kindly inform yourself about the general procedures here.
  • Academic Exchange, Incoming and Outgoing
    • I am the advisor for incoming and outgoing students from and to Bilkent University [1] as well as Karadeniz Teknik University [2]

Office Hours

Courses in the WS 19/20

Courses in Past Semesters

  • A list of courses in past semesters can be found here.

Research Projects

  • "Whitman's Daughters: Female Poets responding to Walt Whitman" (Working Title)
  • "'This possible city': Detroit Poetry and Radical Urban Transformation" (Working Title)
  • Postdoctoral Research Project (ongoing): "Ruhr/Detroit: Urban Planning and American Cultural Studies"--Research Project in the Framework of the Mercur-Project "Spaces--Communities--Representations: Urban Transformations in the USA" (funded by the MERCATOR Foundation)
  • Doctoral Project (abgeschlossen): "Family Secrets: Roots, Memory and Mixed Race Heritage in the Contemporary United States"